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Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:07
by Joseph W. Ambash
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

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Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:07
by John Thompson
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Administrative Exemption | Computer Employees

Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:06
by Joseph W. Ambash
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Tags:

Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:06
by Joseph W. Ambash
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Tags:

Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:05
by John Thompson
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Tags:

Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:05
by Joseph W. Ambash
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Tags:

Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:05
by John Thompson
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Tags:

Proposed Regulations Published ─ Salary Floor Would Be Doubled

June 30, 2015 04:04
by John Thompson
The anxiously-awaited proposed changes in regulations defining the FLSA's executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been published by the U.S. Labor Department for public consideration and comment.

Tags:

Efforts to Prevent Localities from Enacting Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinances Introduced in the New Jersey Legislature

May 14, 2015 23:46
by Jason A. Storipan
Recently, bills addressing localities’ ability to enact paid sick leave and minimum wage laws (and possibly any local laws governing private employment) were introduced in each chamber of the New Jersey Legislature. The bills, A.B. 4363 and S.B. 2865, would prohibit cities, counties, and other local entities from increasing the minimum wage or adopting mandatory paid sick leave requirements for private employers. The legislation, if enacted, would nullify mandatory sick leave policies al...

Minimum Wage | New Jersey

Pennsylvania House of Representatives Votes to End Stalking, Harassment and Terroristic Threats in Labor Disputes

April 22, 2015 08:36
by Lori Armstrong Halber
Currently, harassment, stalking and threatening to use a weapon of mass destruction are all crimes – unless you are a union member engaged in a labor dispute. Yesterday, April 22, 2015, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed a bill to end the crimes code carveout allowing parties to a labor dispute to stalk, harass, and make deadly threats. The measure comes after the federal indictment and conviction of Ironworkers Local 401, whose leaders and members were charged with multiple...

Pennsylvania | Harassment

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